Category: Opinions

Your voice, unheard.

“In my opinion, it’s very important for students to be able to express themselves without censorship. If they don’t have the right to express their opinions, then they’ll learn that their opinions don’t matter and then they’ll carry on that mindset for the rest of their lives. In that way, we need to be able to express ourselves and to say what we want without fear that we will be persecuted.” -Eshna Kumar

More Life, Or More Limits

Drake deliver a solid album however, he did not seem to push all his chips in the middle of the table

The Truth About Fake News

Courtesy of CNN Claire Silberman Features Editor March 22, 2017      Three days before the 2016 election, the Denver Guardian released a story covering Michael Brown, an FBI agent believed to be responsible for […]

The Selection Committee is Good?

In one nail-biting, nerve-racking hour, students discover if they have achieved one of their lifelong goals: participating in March Madness. A time and a place filled with magical moments, pure excitement, and brings closure to the end of the season by deciding which team ultimately reigns supreme.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild Review

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the newest addition to the iconic Legend of Zelda franchise. Launched on March 3rd, Breath of the Wild has a lot of hype behind it. Does it live up to the hype it’s getting?

Trump’s First 100 Days

Since January 20th, President Donald Trump has worked to change the political landscape of America.

And The Oscar Goes to..: A Recap of the Biggest Night in Film

On February 26, 2017, a star-studded crowd gathered for the 89th annual Academy Awards.

The Legacy of Barack Obama

Eight years ago, a bright eyed, 47 year-old senator from Illinois stood on Capitol Hill and swore to faithfully execute the office of the president of the United States. In doing so, he became the first African American to hold that title. From foreign policy to Obamacare, here are some highlights of the Obama legacy.

This is What Democracy Looks Like

After the inauguration, various protests for various causes occurred around the country.

The Transgender Bathroom Debate Continues…

Although there are many well-known laws throughout the country that both hurt and protect transgender rights concerning public facilities, many school systems do not have specific guidelines in place for restroom use by transgender students.